Protesters gathered on Gadigal Land in Sydney yesterday to condemn Albanese’s public holiday and push for the abolition of the monarchy.
The additional places will be reserved to improve enrolment rates of First Nations, low SES, disabled, regional and other disadvantaged students.
Following the revelation ARNA was likely a name stolen from the Barngarla people, SASS has renamed their annual student literary journal AVENUE.
Words by Sophia Chakma Hill.
It is knowing and feeling the presence of my ancestors within this land, but also seeing the effects of the past play out onto the modern-day land.
In conversation with Gadigal descendant Nadeena Dixon about the reclamation of land for community, justice and dialogue.
The protest was organised by Grandmothers Against Removal to mark 13 years since Sorry Day
Next Tuesday’s protests will be going ahead without plans to limit numbers to 500.
Speakers condemned police for lack of transparency and accountability.
Jeffrey Khoo explores our continental songlines